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Wadset, a mortgage, ii. 323, 1 16
Wae, sorrowful, i. 4, l 10. Wae worth, woe befall, i. 12,

27. Wae days, woful days, ii. 274, I 25. Waefu',

woful, ii. 134, 1 11. Waes-me, woe's-me, i. 33, 7 I Waesucks! alas! i. 27, 119 Waft, the cross thread that goes from the shuttle through the

web, i. 168, 1 23 Waifs, stray sheep, i. 274, l II Wair't, spend it, i. 117, 7 10. War'd, spent, bestowed, i. Wale, choice. Pick and wale, of choicest quality, i. 44,

16. Wald, chose, i. 45, 14. Walie, ample, large, i. 153, 1 21. Waly, ample, ii. 230, Wallop in a tow, to hang one's self, ii. 312, 1 20 Wame, the belly, i. 10, 77. Wamefou, bellyful, i. 154,

I 12 Wan, did win, i. 235, 1 27; carned, ii. 307, 1 12 Wanchancie, unlucky, i. 56, l 14 Wanrestfu', restless, i. 53, 7 32 Ware, to spend, i. 234, 1 21; worn, i. 271, 1 26 Wark, work, i. 7, 7 15. Warks, works, in the sense of

buildings, manufactures, &c. ii. 57, 19 Wark-lume, a tool to work with, i. 50, l 15 Warld, world, i. 41, 1 2. Warly, worldly, i. 166, 1 13 Warlock, a wizard, i. 57, 73 Warran, warrant, i. 16, 1 13 Warsle, to wrestle, i. 296, 1 24. Warstid, wrestled, i. 37,

1 22 Warst, worst, i. 7,127 Wasna, was not, i. 29, 1 2 Wast, west, i. 216, 1 23 Wastrie, prodigality, riot, i. 3, 1 12 Wat, wet, i. 88, 1 23 Wat, wot, know, ii. 49, l 25. Wat na, wot not, ii. 51, 1 24 Waterbrose, brose made of meal and water simply, i. 61, 127 Wattle, a wand, i. 109, l 17 Wauble, to swing, to reel, i. 108, 1 29 Waukit, thickened with toil, i. 68, 1 26 Waukrife, wakeful, i. 186, 1 30 Wauks, awakes, ii. 201, i 4. Waukening, awakening, ii.

160, 1 4. Waukens, wakens, i. 25, 1 30

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Waur, to fight, to defeat, i. 31, 1 6; worse, i. 218, 7 2.

Waur't, worsted, i. 109, 1 14 Weans, children, i. 3, 1 24. Weanies, dim, of weans, i.

II, 1 19 Weason, the weasand, i. 12, 13 Wee, little, i. 3, 1 13. A wee, a short period of time, i.

48, l11. A wee a-back, a small space behind, i.

21, 17 Weel, well, i. 7, 1 26. Weel-gaun, well going, i. 77,1 13.

Weel-kent, well-known, ii. 75, 1 15 Weet, wet, i. 12, 13; dew, ii. 108, 7 18; rain, ii. 110, 19 We’se, we shall or will, i. 166, 13 Westlin, western, i. 116, 1 21 Wha, who, i. 2, 1 5. Wha ere, whoever, ii. 69, ! 23.

Wha's, whose, i. 23, 1 21. Whase, whose, i. 33,
Whaizle, to wheeze, i. 109, 1 16
Whalpit, whelped, i. 1, 1 11
Wham, whom, ii. 255, 1 20
Whan, when, i. 68, 1 3
Whang, a large slice, i. 22, 1 21; to give the strappado, i.
Whar, where, ii. 300, 19. Whare, where, i. 3, 1 5
Whatfore no? for what reason not ? ii. 54, 1 13
Whatt, did whet or cut, i. 272, 1 21
Whaup, a curlew, ii. 60, l 12
Whaur'll, where will, ii. 43, 16
Wheep, flying nimbły, i. 44, 1 25
Whiddin, running as a hare, i. 162, 1 15
Whigneleeries, crotchets, i. 38, 16
Whingin, crying, complaining, fretting, i. 189, 19
Whins, furze bushes, i. 92, 1 1
Whirligigums, useless ornaments, i. 37, 127
Whisht, peace. Held my whisht, kept silence, i. 69, 27
Whiskit, whisked, i. 109, 1 26
Whissle, whistle, i. 15, 1 8. So gat the whissle o' my

groat, to play a losing game, i. 179, 1 17
Whistle, the throat, ii. 21, 1 13
Whitter, a hearty draught of liquor, i. 166, 19
Whunstane, whinstone, granite, i. 26, 127
Whup, a whip, i. 95, 1 2
Whyles, sometimes, i. 2, 1 19

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Wi', with, i. 1, 118
Wick, a term in curling, to strike a stone in an oblique

direction, i. 80, 114
Widdiefu, ill-tempered, ii. 87, 111
Widdle, a struggle or bustle, i. 224, 2 19
Wiel, a small whirlpool, i. 92, 19
Wifie, dim. of wife, i. 128, 120
Wight, strong, powerful, i. 226, 1 15
Wil cat, the wild cat, i. 275, 1 13
Willie waught, a hearty draught, ii. 203, 125
Willow wicker, the smaller species of willow, i. 261, 1 11
Willyart, wild, strange, timid, i. 241, 117
Wimpl’t, wimpled, i. 92, 17. Wimplin, waving, mean-

dering, i. 84, 1 2 Win', wind, ii. 230, 111. Wins, winds, i. 5, 7 16 Winkin, winking, i. 45, 1 18 Win't, did wind, i. 87, l 19 Winna, will not, i. 16, 16 Winnock-bunker, a seat in a window, i. 204, 19. Win

nocks, windows, i. 17, 1 29 Wintle, a staggering motion, i. 90, 18. Wintles, struggles,

ii. 61, / 16 Winze, an oath, i. 91, 121 Wiss, wish, i. 150, 1 13 Witha', withal, ii. 164, 115 Withoutten, without, i. 80, 1 28 Wonner, a wonder, a contemptuous appellation, i. 3, 1 13 Wons, dwells, ii. 80, 19 Woo', wool, i. 53, 120 Woodie, the gallows, i. 99, I 10; a rope, more properly one

made of withes or willows, i. 184, 121 Wooer-babs, garters knotted below the knee in a couple of

loops, i. 84, 114 Wordie, dim, of word, i. 278, 117 Wordy, worthy, i. 152, 1 11 Worl', world, i. 6, 1 10 Worset, worsted, i. 88, 18 Wow, an exclamation of pleasure or wonder, i. 207, 123 Wrang, wrong, i. 63, 116; mistaken, i. 164, 118. Wranged,

wronged, i. 151, 1 29 Wreeths, wreaths, i. 113, 19 Wud, mad, i. 11, 126

Woble, s mirable, i 150. 1 23
Wyle, to bezuide, to dart, ä 95 110. Wyling, beguiling,

İL 102, I 20
Wyliecoat, a fianud eest, i 159, 1 22
Wyte, to bismi, to retosch, i. 12, 12
YARD, e zarim, i 51, 17
Yand, a worn-out work, f. 325, 19
Yell, barren, as yell's the Bill, giving no more milk than

the Bull, i 50, / 12 Yerd, the churchyard, i. 229, 1 14 Yerket, jerked, lashed, i. 57, 121 Ye'se, you shall or will, i 228, 19 Yestreen, yesternight, i. 31, 1 19 Yetts, gates, ïi. 22, 132 Yeukin, itching, i. 240, 1 2 Yeuks, itches, i. 261, 1 27 Yill, ale, i. 27, 13 Yill-caup, ale stoup, i. 25, 1 20 Yird, earth, i. 85, 16 Yirl, an earl, ii. 324, I 24 Yirth, the earth, i. 298, l1 Yokin, yoking, a bout, a set to, i. 162, 1 24 Yoursel, yourselves, i. 27, 123 ; yourself, i. 47, 13 Yont, beyond, i. 49, 1 15 Yowes, ewes, i. 54, 111. Yowie, dim. of yowe, i. 54, 114 Yule, Christmas, ii. 82, 111

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A head, pure, sinless quite of brain and soul
A rose-bud by my early walk
A slave to love's unbounded sway.
A' the lads o' Thornie-bank .
Adieu ! a heart-warm, fond adieu !
Adown winding Nith I did wander

Ae day, as Death, that grusome carl .
Ae fond kiss, and then we sever!

Again rejoicing Nature sees.
Ah, Chloris, since it may na be
All devil as I am, a damned wretch
Altho' my back be at the wa'.
Altho' my bed were in yon muir
Altho' thou maun never be mine
Amang the trees where humming bees
An' 01 my Eppie.
Ance mair I hail thee, thou gloomy December
Anna, thy charms my bosom fire :
As cauld a wind as ever blew
As down the burn they took their way
As father Adam first was fooled
As I came in by our gate end
As I stood by yon roofless tower
As I was a wand'ring ae midsummer e'enin'
As on the banks o' wandering Nith
As Tam the Chapman on a day
Ask why God made the gem so small
At Brownhill we always get dainty good cheer
Auld comrade dear and brither sinner
Awa' wi' your witchcraft o' beauty's alarms
Bannocks o' bear meal
Behind yon hills where Lugar flows
Behold the hour, the boat arrive!
Below their stanes lie Jamie's banes
Bless Jesus Christ, O Cardoness
Blest be M‘Murdo to his latest day
Blithe hae I been on yon hill
Bonie wee thing, cannie wee thing
Bright ran thy line, O Galloway
But lately seen in gladsome green
But rarely seen since Nature's birth
By Allan stream I chanc'd to rove

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